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The 'Frog Log' Helps Amphibians Reach Safety When in the Pool

 - Jun 26, 2017
References: amzn & dudeiwantthat
Frogs that jump intentionally or accidentally into a pool will often find it difficult or impossible to get out which subsequently leaves them in a precarious situation, so the 'Frog Log' is intended to offer them a way to get out. Designed to float in your pool and hang onto the side, the device works to provide a way to frogs to reach dry land and easily hop out when they are done going for a dip. This prevents them from contaminating pool water with bacteria and stopping them from drowning when they are unable to hop out to dry land.

The 'Frog Log' incorporates a weight to keep itself in place and can be left in the pool at all hours to help offer refuge for stranded frogs.